Lemons Anyone?

July 6, 2010 at 2:26 pm (Life in General)

When life gives you lemons, turn it into lemonade. This expression has been rapping at the doorways of my subconscious for quite some time now. Probably because I really don’t see the logic in it. Basic dissection of its essence would just result in making the best out of undesirable situations. Much of which, we have no control over. I don’t want to sound overly pessimistic, nor do I want to send out a negative aura towards the joyous and festive air of the 4th of July celebration, but I can certainly say that this is all too delusional. Need I explain? Very well, if you insist.

The whole concept of making the best out of things has been instilled to us when we are born. Mostly, the brainwashing is done by our parents. This is really quite contradicting to the whole “achieving greatness in life” pep talk that we receive at the usual dinner table.

Here’s a much clearer picture, you’ve suddenly found yourself being nurtured by someone, someone who makes you ecstatic just by waking up every morning, but you yourself know for a fact that it can’t last forever… but still you persist. Now, pop quiz, how do you think this scenario will end up? Of course you’ll be shattered to pieces, because you’ve made the best out of your lemons and held on to it for all its worth. Here’s another little experiment, try asking people whether they believe in destiny or not, and I assure you that 99% of the time their answer to you will be a big fat “No”. They’d even stress the fact that people write their own destiny. Yet, when one of these lemons show up their doorstep, it would be their knee-jerk reaction to gladly let it in. I guess that’s just one of the mysteries of human nature.

I don’t want to burst anyone’s bubble, but life is full of lemons, and the good thing about those lemons is that they’re visible and tangible. They can easily be spotted heading your way. The very least you could do is avoid them.

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The Start of an SEO Reseller’s Journey

May 26, 2010 at 1:11 pm (Life in General) (, , , , , )

My first stab at blogging. Let me just start by saying, as an SEO, blogs has been the life source of my chosen trade. It is the very basic of one of the most embraced topic on the web (aside from porn, of course). My reason for starting this blog is just plain and simple, documenting my life and my work, and hopefully readers can pick up a few useful ideas along the way.

I’m an SEO Reseller, which is more like a ghost SEO. We help other SEOs with work for their clients, but they can’t know that we exist. Call us “Ghost SEOs” if you wish, or rather “Divine Intervention”. I’m an SEO for 4 years now, and I’ve handled a lot of clients during that time, most of which are entrepreneurs and field professionals that want to try their luck online, but never have I had a client which is an SEO by profession. It was a different experience for me. Here are a few of the advantages of hiring an SEO Reseller:

* High quality and very competitive SEO campaigns
* A great increase in productivity.
* Time Efficiency
* Assurance of a completely white hat SEO procedures.
* Transactions with SEO Resellers are strictly confidential.
* Not in direct competition with SEO, which basically means that end-clients can’t come directly to us.
* Cost efficient and cheaper that hiring extra in-house SEOs.

SEOs helping each other. So that’s basically the general idea of what I do.

I’m looking forward to being worthy of a warm welcome within the online community. Please feel free to drop by and comment on my posts. I’ll be updating my blog as often as possible, and I would like to invite everyone to join me in my journey as an SEO Reseller, and life in general.

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